Blood Test Allows Safer Turtle Sex Determination

Scientific American August 2020

A new process could help conservationists save imperiled species

Determining turtle hatchlings’ sexes is a challenging but critical task. For many species the embryo’s sex development depends on environmental temperatures, and rising heat is producing overabundances of females and shortages of males. Unchecked, this mismatch could push some species toward extinction.

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